Study

The University of Groningen (The Netherlands) conducts a scientific research into the effectiveness of the Untire app. The study will investigate whether the Untire App can help cancer patients and survivors reduce their cancer-related fatigue and improve their quality of life.

Interested in this study?

Are you interested in participating in the study? Check if you’re eligible: https://www.efs-survey.com/uc/untire/eligibility/.

Untire App Study

Research by University of Groningen

Tired of Cancer B.V., founder of the Untire App, and the University of Groningen have partnered together to launch a large study focused on cancer-related fatigue (CRF). The effectiveness of Tired of Cancer’s Untire App will be studied in an international scientific study lead by Profs. Robbert Sanderman and Mariët Hagedoorn. They state: “We obviously need the research study to prove its impact, but we do hope that it will be a showcase of the potentials of eHealth support for patients with cancer.”

Untire App Study

Research by University of Groningen

Research by University of Groningen

Tired of Cancer B.V., founder of the Untire App, and the University of Groningen have partnered together to launch a large study focused on cancer-related fatigue (CRF). The effectiveness of Tired of Cancer’s Untire App will be studied in an international scientific study lead by Profs. Robbert Sanderman and Mariët Hagedoorn. They state: “We obviously need the research study to prove its impact, but we do hope that it will be a showcase of the potentials of eHealth support for patients with cancer.”

The Study

Participants in the trial will be placed into one of the two test groups: the first group will receive immediate 6-months access to the Untire App, the second group will get access after a period of 12 weeks of the study. This will allow researchers to explore fluctuations in patients’ fatigue and to compare that with the fluctuations of fatigue in a group actively using the App. In order to measure participant response, participants will be asked to complete ongoing questionnaires throughout the study about their levels of fatigue, quality of life, and other fatigue-related aspects such as physical activity, sleep, mood, and mindfulness.

Interested in this study?

Are you interested in participating in the study? Please see if you’re eligible: https://www.efs-survey.com/uc/untire/eligibility/.